Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89 (2)

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Articles of Journal of Pest Science entered for 2016 and volume (issue): 89 (2)

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 295-311
Francisco Gonzalez, Cezary Tkaczuk, Mihaela Monica Dinu, aneta Fiedler, Stefan Vidal, Einat ZchoriFein and Gerben J. Messelink (2016)
New opportunities for the integration of microorganisms into biological pest control systems in greenhouse crops

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 313-328
Annette Reineke and Denis Thiéry (2016)
Grapevine insect pests and their natural enemies in the age of global warming

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 329-346
Gisbert Zimmermann, Alois M. Huger, Gustav A. Langenbruch and Regina G. Kleespies (2016)
Pathogens of the European corn borer, Ostrinia nubilalis, with special regard to the microsporidium Nosema pyrausta

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 347-358
Bérénice Fassotte, Frédéric Francis and François J. Verheggen (2016)
The scent of love: how important are semiochemicals in the sexual behavior of lady beetles?

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 359-373
Jasmin Philippi, Edgar Schliephake, Hans-Ulrich Jürgens, Gisela Jansen and Frank Ordon (2016)
Correlation of the alkaloid content and composition of narrow-leafed lupins (Lupinus angustifolius L.) to aphid susceptibility

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 375-389
Robert S. Vernon, Willem G. van Herk, Markus Clodius and Jeff Tolman (2016)
Companion planting attract-and-kill method for wireworm management in potatoes

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 393-402
Dimitrios N. Avtzis, Dimitrios P. Papachristos and Antonios Michaelakis (2016)
Pine processionary moths in Greece refined: introduction and population structure of Thaumetopoea pityocampa mtDNA ENA clade in Attica, Greece

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 403-411
Luciana Elizalde, María Alejandra Fernández, Andrea C. Guillade and Patricia J. Folgarait (2016)
Know thy enemy: interspecific differences of pine consumption among leafcutter ants in a plantation

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 413-425
Tomás Hlásny, Jirí Trombik, Jaroslav Holusa, Karolina Lukásová, Marian Grendár, Marek Turcáni, Milan Zúbrik, Mara Tabakovic-Tosic, Anikó Hirka, Igor Buksha, Roman Modlinger, Magdalena Kacprzyk and György Csóka (2016)
Multi-decade patterns of gypsy moth fluctuations in the Carpathian Mountains and options for outbreak forecasting

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 427-438
Paul E. Kendra, Wayne S. Montgomery, Mark A. Deyrup and David Wakarchuk (2016)
Improved lure for redbay ambrosia beetle developed by enrichment of α-copaene content

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 439-448
Jérôme Moreau, Karine Monceau and Denis Thiéry (2016)
Larval food influences temporal oviposition and egg quality traits in females of Lobesia botrana

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 449-458
K. Kébé, N. Alvarez, A. Espíndola, F. Justy, I. Olivieri and M. Sembène (2016)
Insights into the genetic structure of the cowpea pest Callosobruchus maculatus in Africa

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 459-468
Giuseppe Mazza, Alberto Francesco Inghilesi, Gianluca Stasolla, Alessandro Cini, Rita Cervo, Claudia Benvenuti, Valeria Francardi, Massimo Cristofaro, Silvia Arnone and Pio Federico Roversi (2016)
Sterile Rhynchophorus ferrugineus males efficiently impair reproduction while maintaining their sexual competitiveness in a social context

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 469-478
H.A. E. Malia, C.A. RosiDenadai, D.G. Cardoso and Raul Narciso C. Guedes (2016)
Dust to weevils, weevils to dust: maize weevil personality and susceptibility to diatomaceous earth

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 479-488
Michael Jackson, Stephen Hartley and Wayne Linklater (2016)
Better food-based baits and lures for invasive rats Rattus spp. and the brushtail possum Trichosurus vulpecula: a bioassay on wild, free-ranging animals

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 489-495
Lee Shapiro, Charles Eason, Craig Bunt, Steve Hix, Paul Aylett and Duncan MacMorran (2016)
Efficacy of encapsulated sodium nitrite as a new tool for feral pig management

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 507-515
Alain Pasquet, Nora Tupinier, Christophe Mazzia and Yvan Capowiez (2016)
Exposure to spinosad affects orb-web spider (Agalenatea redii) survival, web construction and prey capture under laboratory conditions

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 517-527
Radek Michalko and Ondrej Kosulic (2016)
Temperature-dependent effect of two neurotoxic insecticides on predatory potential of Philodromus spiders

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 529-537
Giulia Giunti, Giovanni Benelli, Russell H. Messing and Angelo Canale (2016)
Early adult learning affects host preferences in the tephritid parasitoid Psyttalia concolor (Hymenoptera: Braconidae)

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 539-547
Ana Carla da Silva Santos, Rafael Leão Soares Oliveira, Antonio Félix da Costa, Patricia Vieira Tiago and Neiva Tinti de Oliveira (2016)
Controlling Dactylopius opuntiae with Fusarium incarnatumequiseti species complex and extracts of Ricinus communis and Poincianella pyramidalis

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 549-555
Rory McDonnell, Ju Yoo, Kenna Patel, Lissette Rios, Robert Hollingsworth, Jocelyn Millar and Timothy Paine (2016)
Can essential oils be used as novel drench treatments for the eggs and juveniles of the pest snail Cornu aspersum in potted plants?

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 557-564
I. Garrido-Jurado, A. Alkhaibari, S.R. Williams, D.L. Oatley-Radcliffe, E. Quesada-Moraga and T.M. Butt (2016)
Toxicity testing of Metarhizium conidia and toxins against aquatic invertebrates

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 565-579
Nikoletta Ntalli, Chrisostomos Oplos, Michalis Michailidis, Athanasios Thanasenaris, Dorothea Kontea, Pierluigi Caboni, Nikolaos G. Tsiropoulos, Urania MenkissogluSpiroudi and Zbigniew Adamski (2016)
Strong synergistic activity and egg hatch inhibition by (E,E)-2,4-decadienal and (E)-2-decenal in Meloidogyne species

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 581-589
Rachel R. Rix, Murali M. Ayyanath and G. Christopher Cutler (2016)
Sublethal concentrations of imidacloprid increase reproduction, alter expression of detoxification genes, and prime Myzus persicae for subsequent stress

Journal of Pest Science (2016) 89, 591-602
Gulamnabi L. Vanti, H. Vishwanathreddy, Hemalatha Venkat, Ganapati G. Bhat, Venkatesh Padmanabhan, N.S. Jayaprakash, Vamadevaiah Hiremath, Ishwarappa S. Katageri, Sathisha J. Gonchigar and Shashikala R. Inamdar (2016)
Sclerotium rolfsii lectin expressed in tobacco confers protection against Spodoptera litura and Myzus persicae